nonuniform

adjective non·uni·form \ ˌnän-ˈyü-nə-ˌfȯrm \

Definition of nonuniform

: not uniform: such as
a : marked by varied or changing appearance (as of surface, color, or pattern)
  • Hence, we don't see a smooth lenticular galactic disk, but an ill-defined, and nonuniform luminous celestial path—the galaxy called the Milky Way.
  • —John Goss
b : not consistent in conduct, character, or effect : exhibiting variation, deviation, or unequal or dissimilar operation
  • … there had been little reason to be concerned about nonuniform laws …
  • The Toledo Blade (Ohio)

nonuniformity

play \ˌnän-ˌyü-nə-ˈfȯr-mə-tē\ noun
    • … is principally a result of the nonuniformity both of mortgage terms and of underwriting requirements …
    • —Andrew Kahr

First Known Use of nonuniform

1856


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